Biological approach

DP Psychology: Biological approach

In the biological approach, we examine the role of biological factors in human behaviour. Biological factors include the brain, neurotransmission, hormones, genetics, evolution, and (potentially) pheromones. The biological approach can be studied through human attraction, psychological disorders such as depression, or health problems such as obesity.textEssential questionstextKey skills

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